Tea Party Express Supports Newsmax ION TV Debate
Debates Creating More Informed and Educated Voters
Sacramento, CA – The Tea Party Express, the dominant Tea Party political action committee, endorses the Newsmax ION Television 2012 Presidential Debate to be hosted by Donald Trump.
Amy Kremer, Chairman of the Tea Party Express, said “I hope all of the candidates will participate in this debate on the eve of the Iowa caucuses. Newsmax has been an indispensable part of the conservative media that keeps voters informed of the critical issues facing America. As the co-sponsor of the CNN/Tea Party Express Presidential Debate on September 12th in Tampa, Florida, we know the hard work that goes into a successful debate. We applaud Newsmax and Donald Trump for taking on this project for the sake of our country”
The debate is scheduled for Dec. 27 in Des Moines, Iowa. It will be available in 99 million homes throughout America on the ION Television network, and it also will be streamed on Newsmax.com.
“We are proud to join with Newsmax and other conservative organizations as a sponsor of this debate. Donald Trump has demonstrated his keen interest in restoring a responsible conservative to the White House, and his celebrity and commitment to conservative policies make him an ideal moderator for the debate.
“The multitude of presidential debates has brought the presidential campaigns into living rooms across America. In combination with social media and expanded use of the internet, voters are getting much better acquainted with the candidates, their backgrounds, stands on issues and plans for America’s future. It will contribute to more informed voting in the crucial early battleground states and help conservatives select the best possible Republican nominee to defeat Barack Obama.
“We intend to encourage tea party activists from across the nation to watch the debate and to get involved in the campaign of the candidate of their choice. With an informed and engaged electorate, we will be sure to defeat Obama in 2012 and restore some semblance of economic sanity to Washington, ,” Kremer concluded.